Posting some of my thoughts here I hope nobody takes offence with my views
StampMaster wrote: In some the 2 female victims were attacked with kitchen knife and the scene went on for 5 mins with a 1000 people on the road and just 2 thugs. But no one dared to face the situation (i dint dared to)
The problem with us Indians is that most of us are not united, in situations like these we are mute spectators and we only react after the situation is over and rant about it. It is common in India to see in a accident situation the injured is struggling and people only watch by the time someone in the crowd takes a first step it is already late.
I think if a system of drafting is introduced and made mandatory it will help. Most Indians are not disciplined and take things for granted. When I was in school I was a part of the NCC for 3 years the only thing I ever learned to do is march and no other skill was developed(was taken to the shooting range once), hence everybody was looking for a way out including myself. Drafting with a dynamic view of overall skills being developed like shooting, self defense, situation awareness etc.., at grass roots level according to me is the only way our country will become safer and develop.
Guys give me your opinion on drafting and the impact it will have in our country,